Shelburne’s zoning policy in the town’s residential district along the northern part of Route 7 is “overly complex for a relatively small geographic area” and relies on “unclear, vague or contradictory language” compared to the town plan which, as a result, leaves the area open for a wide ar…

Last Friday marked the start of early voting for August primaries in Vermont, bringing the state’s largest freshmen class of legislators in years one step closer to the Statehouse.

The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation wants public feedback on the proposed creation of a rule to regulate how wake boats are operated in public lakes and ponds in Vermont.

Williston-based Grounds for Health recognized its founder, Dan Cox of Shelburne, in early May to mark 25 years of cervical cancer prevention in Latin America and Africa and to recognize co-fou…

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Lewis Mudge describes himself as an optimist, an amazing feat of psychological resilience given the nature of his work in the last decade.

Supreme Court Associate Justice John A. Dooley of South Burlington was recognized for 30 years of service to the Vermont Supreme Court.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending COVID-19 vaccines for children 6 months through 5 years of age, paving the way for vaccinating the youngest Vermonters later this month.

Hinesburg has sent a letter of support to the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources asking it to study the issue of wake boats on lake ecosystems, and to potentially develop statewide regulation…

For the first time in 16 years, Vermont voters will send a new candidate to the U.S. House of Representatives. Whoever voters elect to serve will likely be the first women to represent Vermont…

Through wave after wave of COVID-19, restaurants and eateries, forced to navigate pandemic regulations, have faced numerous challenges to keep their businesses afloat.

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